It's not that I don't trust what the teacher has to say. But my schoolagers have never read their report cards—and I plan to keep it that way for a while.
Why the need for brackets? Why not say he can run and throw and jump?!
A school in New York is offering parents a second report card with better grades for their kids. And this mom wants one.
"At this point, I want to give everyone involved in this mess a big fat F."
Report cards don't tell the whole story of your child's development, so this mom isn't worried that the comment fields will be left blank this year.